Tektronix DPP125C Used for Sale

Tektronix DPP125C Used for Sale

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The DPP125C is a nonlinear signal conditioner capable of adding controllable amounts of pre-emphasis to a signal. It takes in single-ended inputs of data and clock. The BERTScope DPP Series can operate as a stand-alone instruments controlled by a PC, or with a BERTScope for complete software integration. It can be fully automated, and with its compact size, it will easily fit into a manufacturing environment.

  • 1 to 12.5 Gb/s for Support of Hardware-based Equalization of 2nd- and 3rd-generation Serial Standards
  • 3- or 4-tap for Full Support of Compliance Testing for 802.3ap, Serial Attached SCSI, 10GBASE-KR Backplanes, DisplayPort, USB 3.0/3.1 PCI Express Gen3
  • Pre-cursor or Post-cursor Adjustment for Optimizing Compensation for ISI and Loss
  • Exceptionally Easy Setup with Concurrent Multiple Domain Views Ideal for Operation as a Stand-alone Instrument Controlled by a Remote PC, or with a BERTScope for Complete Software Integration
  • Precise Control to Correct for Effects such as Backplane ISI or Optical Effects with Adjustability through Tap Weights or Step Response provides the Flexibility Needed for Complete Design Characterization
  • Optional integrated reference clock multiplication to PCIe compliant 2.5 GHz, 5 GHz, and 8 GHz
  • Optional integrated eye opener functionality for testing DUTs with long channels
  • Optional integrated clock doubler enables full rate stress for 12 Gb/s SAS
  • BERTScope Clock/Data delay compensated internally to allow length-matched cables
  • Enclosure with the BERTScope footprint to allow equipment stacking
  • New microcontroller to provide more processing power
  • RS-232 interface enhancement to speed up PCIe receiver equalization link training


  • Design Characterization for High-speed, Sophisticated Designs
  • Certification Testing of Serial Data Streams for Industry Standards
  • Design/Verification of High-speed I/O Components and Systems